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The house that cheese built in St. Johnsville

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St. Johnsville residents are proud of their Community House, originally known as the house that cheese built, on Washington Street just off Route 5. Today the structure accommodates village and some town offices, hosts meals for seniors and meetings of the Senior Citizen Saints. The town of St. Johnsville was created in 1838 from the town of Oppenheim. The township contains 11,100 acres, the smallest town in area in the state. The village within the ...


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